This week, women around the globe were busy making change and betting on Mega Millions. The First Lady squeezed in some quality time with military families while Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Beatrice took a trip to York. Meanwhile, TV icon Katie Couric took her talents to Good Morning America. See that and more in the week in pictures!
In honor of the Month of the Military Child, Michelle Obama hugged Haileigh Tharp, 6, and Lucy Goodrich, 4, during a pre-Easter celebration with military families in Bethesda, MD.
Longtime Today show host Katie Couric filled in on Good Morning America at the ABC Times Square Studios in New York City.
Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Beatrice attended a Maundy Thursday (Holy Thursday) Service in York, England.
After being disqualified as a finalist from the upcoming Miss Universe Canada, Jenna Talackova — born male — held up her Canadian passport during a press conference to prove that she is female.
After waiting in line for three hours, two women celebrated the purchase of their Mega Millions lottery tickets — taking their chances on a record high jackpot of $540 million.
In Cordoba, Spain, women wearing mantilla joined the Pasion brotherhood walk during a Holy Week procession.
Female boxer Heather Hardy, who hopes to turn pro, sparred with her coach at Gleason's Gym in New York City. The 2012 Olympic Games in London, England will be the first to include women's boxing.